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‘Permaculture – A Beginners Guide’ book signing event, Southend Library, Sat 28th March

Permaculture a Beginners Guide by Graham Burnett

SPIRALSEED PRESS RELEASE 15/3/2009

‘PERMACULTURE – A BEGINNERS GUIDE’ by GRAHAM BURNETT BOOK SIGNING EVENT

Date; 28th March 2009

At; Southend Central Library, Victoria Avenue, Southend on Sea

About the book; What is Permaculture? Why do we need Permaculture? What are Permaculture ethics and the principles of working with nature’s patterns? What are the Basics of the Permaculture design process? What are concepts such as Zones, sectors, edge, stacking and succession, and how they can work for us? How can you use Permaculture practically in your life, home, garden, land or community, whatever your situation? Plus Practical tips, including; reading your land, saving energy, year round food from your garden and how to use your weeds….

About the author; Westcliff based author and illustrator Graham Burnett is a co-founder of Transition Westcliff, a project exploring what low carbon life will be like after the age of cheap oil. He is also Trustee of the Permaculture Association (Britain) and holds the Diploma in Permaculture Design. He has run introductory and full design courses since 1998 with organisations and projects including Naturewise, OrganicLea, Green Adventure, the Vegan Organic Network, Thrive, Transition Town Brixton, Birmingham Decoy and Ars Terra in Los Angeles. He writes for publications as diverse as Permaculture Magazine, The Raven, Growing Green, The Vegan and The Idler.

For more information see www.spiralseed.co.uk/flyer

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